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WILL GIVE MEDAL @Leong (See attached file)

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  1. anonymous
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    okay :3

  2. Ms-Brains
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  3. anonymous
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    don't worry about the medal :) don't need it :)

  4. anonymous
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    do you have to fill it all?

  5. Ms-Brains
    • one year ago
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    So, I sent the question in the attached link. Yes, Please help me! I've been so confused all day..

  6. anonymous
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    okay :3 :3

  7. Ms-Brains
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    YOU'RE A LIFE SAVER Leong!!

  8. anonymous
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    Work number property use 3x + 4y +3(x-y) -4x Given by the problem 3x + 4y + 3x -3y -4x Using distribute property ( means that 3 times for both x and y) 3x+3x -4x +4y Using rewrite the equation 6x-4x+4y Using addition property 2x+4y Using subtraction property

  9. anonymous
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    I dun think you can solve all of this, you might like to end up like that or.... 2(x+2y) opposite to distributive property ( i dunno how to say so...)

  10. Ms-Brains
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    I think you're way of solving is correct. :) Can you help with one more?

  11. anonymous
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    sure :) make a new post :)

  12. Ms-Brains
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    How about I just post it here?? @Leong

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  13. anonymous
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    okay :3

  14. Ms-Brains
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    Thanks! I attached the file.

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  15. anonymous
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    okay :v you know that the lower the number, the higher the value, is that correct?

  16. Ms-Brains
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    I think, So under par if more then over par?

  17. anonymous
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    under means that is low right?

  18. anonymous
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    over means that is more so...???

  19. Ms-Brains
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    I'm not sure. Let me ask google :3

  20. anonymous
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    lol

  21. Ms-Brains
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    Under par means negative, and over par is positive. I think

  22. anonymous
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    okay :v means that Wood have -6 ( low) and Couples have 6+ ( high) :)

  23. anonymous
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    according to the given info: the lower the better :) so the answer is wood have 6 stokes higher than Couples :)

  24. Ms-Brains
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    Alright! Thanks so much! I'll be sure to tag you in my next problem!

  25. anonymous
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    lol :) okay :) thank you for the medal :)

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